Dan Kwaku Yeboah, the Communications Director of the Ghana Football Association Normalization Committee says the committee has no power to restrict the Regional Football Association (RFA) chairmen from working.
Multiple reports have emerged that several RFA chairmen are working without the approval of the four-member committee who have been given the mandate to run Ghana football.
The GFA Normalization Committee was instituted following the premiering of Anas Aremeyaw Anas investigative documentary dubbed ‘Number 12’ which captured former GFA boss, Kwesi Nyantakyi, some ExCO members and match officials taking bribe in their line of duty.
However, according to him, FIFA has no clarification over RFA men putting aside their positions with that, the Normalization Committee cannot stop them from working.
“The fact that the Rfa’s have an administration set up and are being paid, they must continue to work.
“Perhaps FIFA didn’t clarify that the Rfa’s cannot work so we cannot stop them as Normalization Committee,” he said.
The Committee has been mandated to lead a change in the GFA executive members by organising an election and bring football to normalcy in the part of West Africa. It has a term of six months which will elapse on March 30 2019.
FIFA with CAF and in collaboration with the Government of Ghana (GoG) set up the Normalization Committee to lead Ghana football reforms.